We can hope one day this will all be in our rearview mirror. Not only the pandemic, but the disease of breast cancer as well.
The uncertain summer yawns before us. Yet our real investments — past travels, bonding, wellness of today — continue to serve us.
I pulled into a local gas station recently and was stopped in my tracks by a poster advertising that every bottle of water sold here would “support local breast cancer charities.”
An act of kindness is easy to perform and elevates both the giver and the receiver.
Mary Katzke's film explores the healing power of integrative medicine, by which we become consciously involved in our own wellness.
Recent news of a known community member’s arrest has got my head and heart spinning. Controversial or not, I have equal concerns about the adult in question, whose story is only known to us third-hand at this point, as I do about the 14 year-old and his parents. I am a colleague of one, and … Continue reading Parents, keep watch: Some internet doors lead to dark places
OPINION: Internet opens many doors to young people -- but parents need to understand the ease with which they can get into trouble that's real, not virtual.
OPINION: Those plaster figures tormented by the ice at Woronzof should kindle the warmth of humanity in those who see them; a kind word may be a tonic for the people they represent.
OPINION: In the wolf hours, a breast cancer survivor looks both back and ahead, and wonders how much her further survival depends on her, or fate.
When I was introduced to Chugiak's Thillman Wallace to discuss helping with his memoir in the final months of his life, the kindred feeling was immediate.
OPINION: If lawmakers kill Alaska's film industry tax credit program, they'll kill a homegrown industry-in-progress of high-quality work.
OPINION: As thousands of Alaskans can testify, Alzheimer's is in the future for more of us than we'd like to think. Wisdom counsels us to prepare for it.